Read Carole Mortimer’s punchy views on why horses should not be raised or kept on small patches of land where they can’t roam or stretch their legs sufficiently

Wobbly lambs might be dominating fields around the country. But this time of year also sees the arrival of offspring a whole lot more wobbly, limbier, flufffier, unquestionably cuter — and with exciting potential

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How to reduce the risk of laminitis in horses

Take a look at our expert advice on managing horses and ponies prone to or at risk from laminitis

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Can different surfaces cause injuries to our horses? [H&H VIP]

Read the latest vet research on surfaces in a piece guest edited by Nick Skelton

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Dressage — good for our horses? [H&H VIP]

Are our horses anatomically capable of what we ask from them in dressage? Rachel Murray MRCVS finds out for guest editor Carl Hester

Join in our live web chat with Lynne Crowden of the Woodlander Stud NOW

Eventing is often deemed to be the ultimate test of horse and rider, but with so much to ask, what do top riders prioritise when they’re looking to buy an eventer?

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Laminitis: new breakthroughs from around the world [H&H VIP]

New treatments being trialled globally are exciting vets

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Fizz Marshall’s therapy blog: all taped up and equine Jimmy Choos

Fizz talks about Kinesio taping, dissertation fever, bespoke shoeing and getting out competing in her latest update

Floydd impressed his vet and owner with his recovery

Vet case study: coping with an arthritic knee [H&H VIP]

With the right treatment and management changes, a horse with an arthritic knee doing lower level eventing has been able to reinvent himself successfully in dressage